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Poster: jackgrimes2004 Date: Aug 6, 2004 2:05am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: The USPS an Example of the State of National Decay we find America in Today;

Here in Elkton, a suburb of Baltimore, we depend on a postal processing center at the main distribution center in town to forward the mails to the various local branch post offices in the suburbs.

My secretary, Heather Goldsmith, found something the other day while surfing the web, that was talking about how mail isn't arriving on time in Baltimore. And, we know for a fact, as we've complained about the practice many times, that postal employees here in Elkton are so shiftless and lazy they'd rather leave mail lay around the back room for days and days than stick it in the post office boxes where it belongs.

Now, in an ideal world, the post office should work like a well-oiled machine, every part complimenting every other part and working in a sort of constant harmony. Now, I have some ideas in mind how to straighten out the USPS, after we get in government, which involve ending it's quasi gov't. status, making it an official organ of the Corporate State and socializing it. My reforms would probably include getting rid of the useless driftwood through mass firings, as we don't want anyone on the payroll who can't pull his own weight.

What do you, the American voters, think of the sorry state of the USPS and how would you recommend fixing it?